Cluj-Napoca – second largest city of Romania

According to preliminary 2012 census data, it appears that the city of Cluj-Napoca became the second city in Romania by its population, so the main provincial town. It has just over 300,000 permanent residents, excluding (many) students, and outside peripheral agglomerations that have experienced high population growth over recent years....

Romania – new negotiations with the IMF

Romania does not need the last part (one billion €uro) from the running funding plan granted by UE, IMF, Wold Bank and ERDB. Simultaneously, beginning of negotiations for a new, “precautionary” agreement of two years, intended to sustain the current process of reform. This agreement amounts to five billion €uro ( 3.6 supplied by IMF...